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Hot Wiring Fan Diagram 2009 & Newer

In theory this should work without danger of frying your ECM for the 2009 and newer EFI models...you will still need to remember to turn it off but you cannot forget to turn it on when it is wired this way...



I still think the best way is a relay off the ignition switch...but that's my personal opinion...

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In theory this should work without danger of frying your ECM...you will still need to remember to turn it off but you cannot forget to turn it on when it is wired this way...



I still think the best way is a relay off the ignition switch...but that's my personal opinion...
Agree... You don't want to back feed and blow something up.
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Why don't you just jump across ( 30amp toggle switch) at the thermal switch......all you are doing is making a closed circuit like the thermal switch does
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Why don't you just jump across ( 30amp toggle switch) at the thermal switch......all you are doing is making a closed circuit like the thermal switch does
Don, seems the wiring is different on the 09 or 10 and newer...here is what the guy said...

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Hey Jim, it sounds like your machine is an 08 with that setup, mine is a 2010 and it is wired differently. My switch is not at the rad it is in the ECM. So I am attempting to just wire into the 2 wires that go into the fan leaving the stock wiring intact hopefully allowing me to turn the fan on manually as well as the machine doing it automatically
But for a 08 I would wire it up like this...


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Hey, Junkie, thanks for all the effort with your diagram and such, but it was a bit beyond my comprehension. Not to worry though, I have got it wired up for manual fan with a relay and an inline fuse so its all good any way. Now as long as the charging system will keep my yellow top optima charged with the fan running all the time life will be good. Thanks again. Jeremy

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Don, seems the wiring is different on the 09 or 10 and newer...here is what the guy said...



But for a 08 I would wire it up like this...

I'm going to look into this......Somewhere,there has to be a thermal sensor,that picks up the heat sync.....then it transfers this to the ecm,so it will complete its functions,......more than likely,it is just a ground wire sensor,in series,of the fuel & timing circuit in the ecm,so the ecm will advance to the next part of the program,and turn the fan on when the motor reaches a design temp...I need to find out about this,because ,you probaby need to trick the ecm ,so you can operate the engine at a lower temp,....my motors make way more HP at 180 degrees ,than 205.This will give me something to research,so ,when I get back home in Oct to build a buddys new 840,i'll have my ducks all in a row

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I'm going to look into this......Somewhere,there has to be a thermal sensor,that picks up the heat sync.....then it transfers this to the ecm,so it will complete its functions,......more than likely,it is just a ground wire sensor,in series,of the fuel & timing circuit in the ecm,so the ecm will advance to the next part of the program,and turn the fan on when the motor reaches a design temp...I need to find out about this,because ,you probaby need to trick the ecm ,so you can operate the engine at a lower temp,....my motors make way more HP at 180 degrees ,than 205.This will give me something to research,so ,when I get back home in Oct to build a buddys new 840,i'll have my ducks all in a row

Interesting line of thought...I never thought about "tricking" the ECM...but then again I don't have a EFI model to play with...but I still think the DPDT relay would work well the way I have it drawn out...BUT you could wire an additional SPST relay in before the toggle...it could provide power once the key is turned on and when the key is off? Then you could never leave the fan running...interesting indeed...I'll see if I can draw it up tonight when I get a moment...
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